It is cold and rainy here in Connecticut this weekend, our first Nor’easter of the season, and it’s still October. I’m channeling the Florida days of my childhood, and remembering all the beautiful warmth of this place…central Florida, brilliant sun that fades and sun-bleaches all the brilliant turquoise, peach and lime green colors to a soft fade. Warm to my bones, hot enough to swim in cool water. So I bring these to my winters up here. It’s my beautiful survival method until I can return and soak up the warmth again. It’s where I spent all my growing up years, and on into college and young adult life.
I have a series of these Florida inspired paintings coming up- I can’t wait for you to enjoy this in your home!
This one is created on mixed media paper with acrylics and pencils. . It measures 12” tall by 9” wide and is finished with a coat of UV protective varnish, signed on reverse. Beautiful texture and colors to brighten your home. Art on paper is best suited for matting and framing under glass.